Workspace June 11, 2012 Bree Don't be shy! Share!ShareTweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I like your workspace. It looks happily situated in front of a window and is uncluttered and doesn’t take up a whole lot of room. Pretty cool that you’re using an old ironing board. Thanks for sharing! You’ve provided me with inspiration. :)
:) Thanks! Yes it’s happily situated next to a window (love sunshine) sidled right next to my hubby’s desk on another vintage ironing board. We were going for something skinny in profile. We had been planning to build our own – but when we happened onto two vintage ironing boards that were sturdy and beautiful and quirky we went for it and figured we could always build something else later. There’s something wonderful about working in an environment that seems to ooze stories like brick walls, wood floors, odd accessories and quirky desks. Thanks for the thoughtful comment, I love to hear that I’ve provided someone with even an ounce of inspiration!
Nice illustration work, Bree – and as for your studio, I have chair envy… my favourite thinking chair cost $6 at the thrift store! It is a bit comfy though….
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Thanks, I appreciate it! Sounds like your chair was a steal of a deal – but if you need to change it up I got my stool at Target. ;) Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
I liked it a LOT :) I love being natural specially when I want to be creative, also the materials in the room make the environment worm, like having leather seat, wooden floor, and the wall is real stone, all that makes this place unique to create unique work … best of luck dear :)
Yeah it’s interesting how much a good work space can influence a creative spirit. If you’re interested, the book “Make The Impossible Possible” by Bill Strickland touches on that as well as a host of other wonderful and thoughtful points regarding inspiring and nourishing the spirit. A truly insightful read.